Robert DeLaurentis, The "Zen Pilot", took a 90 day trip around the world through 22 countries with a trusted pair of Scheyden El Capitan Eyewear and personalized Club Glove Luggage.
He is seen here at the Rock of Gibraltar with the Backpack II and a Carry-On II. This Train Reaction Ensemble makes gliding luggage on the runway nearly effortless for Robert on this journey.
"Club Glove luggage is amazingly durable and perfect for pilots. It fits well into the plane and stacks nicely. Wouldn't travel without it!"
When flying around the world, it is important to travel with the most durable and reliable equipment. At Scheyden, we demand precision, which is why Robert travels with the most trusted aviation eyewear company.
Robert DeLaurentis, "Zen Pilot"
Eyewear: El Capitan
“The Scheyden Albatross provides the perfect balance between styling and functionality, the lightweight frame fits comfortably underneath my headset, and the crystal clear lenses make it easy for me to spot other nearby aircraft. This greatly improves my situational awareness in the air. The Albatross is a must have for any pilot, commercial or recreational!”
Andrewtheav8r - Recreational Pilot
Eyewear - Albatross
"I have now been using my Club Glove flight crew gear for nearly 5 years and it still looks like new. It's feather light compared to my old Purdy Neat gear, yet seems just as durable."
Captain Marc Ghafouri
"You know your luggage rocks when the doorman outside of the Byrant Park Hotel in New York City wants to take it for a spin."
"What makes the bag so great? It doesn’t roll, it glides, like butter. After experiencing such a smooth roll, it wasn’t easy going back to what can now only be described as a drag. Sorry Travelpro. At 8.8 pounds (the same weight as my Travelpro), it’s light weight and easy to lift into an overhead bin. That’s important considering I spend half my life on a plane and have no desire to have back surgery."
"How much do I like Club Glove luggage? So much I’m thinking about ordering the Train Reaction set (rollaboard, tote, rolling duffle) for my in-laws before their next big cruise. But only if they agree to let me borrow it first!"
- Heather Poole
Since 1990 we have been making products that are functional, handsome, and last for many years.
The Scheyden True Aviator watch is no exception. Over two years in the design and development this watch has features for pilots that have never been offered in history.
With a standard price of $2992 we feel that this watch is not only beautiful and functional, it is also a value.
I can assure you that this will be a coveted piece for anyone to add to their collection.
Jeffrey Herold, President
West Coast Trends, Inc
"Got my new bag and I am loving it!! This bag fits more "stuff" than my Purdy Neat bag and at about half the weight! I love the internal packing bags. The small kit bag will be absolutely perfect for my EFB needs in the cockpit, when given the green light to go paperless. Thanks again for a fantastic product."
Captain American Airlines
"I have a difficult prescription with bifocals. When I transitioned to flying Glass a year and half ago, I constantly struggled with taking sunglass clips on and off throughout my flights to be able to read the G1000.
My Scheyden El Capitans have been a true joy. I can safely and quickly transition from outside the windscreen to the G1000 and see everything perfectly.
On top of that they are great for moving in and out of the cockpit during preflight. They are well worth every penny I spent & a lot more."
Kevin H. Brady - Instrument Rated Commercial Pilot
Eyewear: Dual RX El Capitans
My El Capitans have easily become my go-to eyewear for nearly all of my gardening, hobby and car-tinkering!!!! The solution of the flip up is simply brilliant. And, as a side note, the style of the frame befits those activities. I’m so thrilled with them and simply cannot thank you enough.
James J. Spina - 20/20 Magazine, Editor in Chief, VP
Eyewear: Fixed Gear El Capitans
As an airline pilot I’ve found my pair of Scheyden sunglasses extremely useful when leaving a bright sky to enter darker cloud layers. I just flip up the lenses to quickly compensate for a lower light environment.
They also work great when adjusting form high glare to a dim cockpit when the sun is low on the horizon.
Now that I’ve used Scheyden Eyewear, I’m hooked.
Dick Schulz - Airline Pilot
Eyewear: Classic Flip Up El Capitan